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Jul 26, 2010 3:05am EDT
now, i think the markets not only in the u.s., but globally are very attractive right now, and what i see particularly attractive are dividend-paying stocks. with interest rates so low, you can pick up dividend-paying stocks or portfolios of dividend paying stocks toward those stocks which are yielding three 3% to 4% that is longer than long-term treasury bonds. >> jeremy, ask you about the reform. the president signed the financial regulatory reform law this week. what do you think this regulation means for the financial stability and economic growth. do you think the financial services industry will look very different say two years out? >> probably not. a lot of the worst measures were toned down. the 50 to $75 million bank bailout fund which by the way, now looks like the government for fannie and freddie will be making money on its investments in the bank and it seems to be that that was not a necessary feature. a lot of those were eliminated at the end. it depends on the regulators that they put in. there's a lot of flexibility. there's a lot of scope in this bill for the regula
Jul 4, 2010 2:30am EDT
or here in the u.s. where we're not seeing much of a job creation. >> we need to have diversification. you need treasury bonds. people hated treasury bonds at the beginning of this year. they're up 6%, 7%, the market is down 8%. you need a little bit of commodities, maybe in the form of gold. we're not super bullish on gold, it's run up so fast. we are nervous bulls about gold. you need to have managed futures. you need real diversification, maria. you need industry diversification and emerging markets have done poorly this year. they're down each more than the u.s. stock market. the u.s. is down 8% and the emerging markets are down 8%, 9%, 10%, 11% with china down 27% now, but you need to basically do that and take this time to upgrade the quality of the portfolio. an asset that people love to dump on is cash. it doesn't give you any yield, but you protect yourself and so you want to have three things to be successful in investing right now, diversification, rebalancing and risk management. pay attention to risk. don't get yourself locked up in stuff that you can't get out of if you need
Jul 11, 2010 2:30am EDT
them public. >> how reliant are we, the u.s. economy, in what's going on in india and what's going on in china? there is no such thing anymore as an isolated economy. 30 years ago when i was forecasting the u.s. economy, i didn't avert to what was going on in the rest of the world at all. it wasn't necessary. china is a critical player because it's the most dynamic capitalist economy in the world. i say that with sort of a great irony. >> right. >> and it is very important. >> my thanks to alan greenspan. up next on "the wall street journal report" from aspen around the world to afghanistan. the ongoing conflict and influencing the national conversation. i'll talk to the journalist who i'll talk to the journalist who lived the could switching to geico really save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance? can fÚtbol announcer andrÉs cantor make any sport exciting? ha sido una partida intensa hoy. jadrovski estÁ pensando. estÁ pensando. veamos que va a hacer. moverÁ la reina o moverÁ el caballo? que tensiÓn. viene... viene, viene, viene... gooooooooooooooool! geico. fiftee
Jul 18, 2010 2:30am EDT
worldwide economic growth, which i do think is continuing through u.s. companies with a significant presence overseas, which is typically how we do it. but i would also diversify beyond stocks. clearly bonds will protect you, especially higher grade and government bonds in a deflationary downturn double dip scenario, although those assets are overpriced. we mentioned the lower yield, so you have people run into those assets at a high price point, which doesn't make a whole lot of sense from a long-term investment perspective. >> tell us a little bit about this event, american century's involvement in livestrong, support in the fight against cancer. what terrific support you've had in that regard. >> thanks. the american century is a firm obviously focused on investment performance first and foremost. but one thing we're also about is actually fighting cancer. a fact that very few people know is that over 40% of our profits actually go to find a cure for cancer and other gene-based diseases. that has amounted to more than $750 million in the last 10 years. we do this tournament to really brin
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